BMDP - Defense Policy
The Defense Policy graduate program is designed for U.S. military personnel, Defense Department civilian personnel, State Department personnel, government contractors, and non-profit organization employees. The program will explore the relationship between defense policies and national power. Relevant topics of study will include human rights, international law, intelligence, kinetic operations, conflict management, and interagency activities. Students will focus on North America or one of five other regions in the world. The program also has broad applications in areas such as leadership, technology, communications, and management.
Program Specific Admission Requirements
A minimum of an awarded bachelor's degree from a an accredited undergraduate institution;
A score of 550 or higher on the TOEFL (or equivalent on the computer-based version) for
students whose primary language is not English;
Personal statement outlining career objectives, suitability for graduate study, on-line study, and reasons for undertaking graduate work;
Résumé or curriculum vitae